Bloggers around the world have observed that a Blue Screen of Death was projected onto the roof of the National Stadium during the Beijing opening ceremony.
While this isn't the first time we've heard of AMD's Cinema 2.0 tech, the latest demonstration from AMD touches upon new ground. Joystiq has the details.
Blizzard has confirmed that Diablo 3's Art Director has resigned from the company. This will, however, not affect the game's development, stressed a spokesman.
Asetek has eagerly launched the first liquid-cooled HD 4870 X2, satisfying the needs of overclockers worldwide. The single-slot solution is detailed here.
Now that Nvidia's PhysX driver is out and about, developers over at oZone3D have unleashed the first version FluidMark - a benchmark aimed to test PhysX.
A report which originated over at The Inquirer leads us to believe that all G84, G86, G92 and G94 chips are faulty like their mobile counterparts... apparently.
Nvidia has officially enabled PhysX support on all GeForce 8-series cards and higher, through the company's first PowerPack. Plenty of free demos are included.
Intel has slashed the price of its Q9550 from $530 to $316. Additionally, the E7300, E8600, Q9400 and Q9650 have arrived ranging in price from $133 to $576.
A new version of GPU-Z is now available at TechPowerUp. Version 0.2.7, which can be downloaded here, adds support for the 9800 GT and HD 4870 X2.
Alienware has added the newly launched HD 4870 X2 as an option in its Area-51, Area-51 ALX and Aurora desktops. High-end gamers should look no further.
Dell has rolled-out another lineup of laptops, alias the Latitude E-series, which will occupy the Portable, Mainstream, Essential and Semi-Rugged markets.
The success of the Radeon HD 4800-series seems to be having an affect on Nvidia, who have just posted a $120 million net loss for the second quarter.
The OpenGL 3.0 specification has today been released by the Khronos Group. As detailed below, the many additions include 32-bit floating-point textures.
With the next-generation Core i7 CPU's looming, Intel will update the Q9550's stepping to version E-0 come the 22nd of August. Changes are listed below.